GRANBURY, Texas (AP) -

The Red Cross says nearly two-dozen North Texas homes have been damaged or destroyed by storms that brought heavy rains and flooding to the region.

Red Cross officials said Monday that nine homes in Hood County were rendered uninhabitable by flooding that began Sunday. They say an assessment of the area is not complete so additional damaged homes may be found.

About 16,000 homes and businesses lost power at the height of the storms, which dumped more than 7 inches of rain in Granbury and lingered in Dallas and Fort Worth on Monday.

Electric utility Oncor reported more than 8,000 outages in the DFW area. Other outages ranged north to Wichita Falls and south to Waco, which received more than 4 inches of rain Sunday.

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Storms have dumped more than 7 inches of rain in a North Texas county where some roads and the Brazos River flooded amid the deluge.

The Hood County Sheriff's Office on Monday had no immediate reports of anyone hurt in Granbury, about 30 miles southwest of Fort Worth.

The National Weather Service reports the Granbury area received 7.36 inches of rain on Sunday. Forecaster Dennis Cavanaugh on Monday said the area prior to the storm had recorded only about 7 inches of rain all year.

Cavanaugh said the Wichita Falls area had brief storms early Monday. Rain also reached the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Electric provider Oncor reports nearly 11,000 homes and businesses without power.